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Author: Piña Fiol, Silvia
Director: García-García, Fernando
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Escultura e Historia de las Artes Plásticas
Date: 2015-12
Document type: Master's Thesis
Academic Title: Universidad de Sevilla. Máster Oficial en Arte: Idea y Producción
Abstract: El avance tecnológico que ha revolucionado los dos últimos siglos ha ido aumentando su producción a una velocidad vertiginosa. Vivimos en una época cuyos aparatos, en un período muy corto de tiempo, dejan rápidamente de ser “la novedad” y pasan a se...
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Technological advancement has revolutionized the last two centuries and has been increasing the production so fast. We live in an age whose planes quickly cease to be "novelty" and become prehistoric, obsolete or unknown elements in a very short period of time. In this study Master's Thesis, through a series of works, the varying levels of reality based on the concept of Augmented Reality and some characteristics associated with our current environment as the idea of collapse, expansion and saturation. I examine and make use of a new technology that now traps us by the novelty of the medium and study the possibilities in artistic creation both digital and analog resources from its discursive processes as base. Finally I analyze from the concept of hypermedia the correlation between some of the space-time paradoxes based on the principles of simultaneity and ubiquity and applied to various multimedia experiences.
Cite: Piña Fiol, S. (2015). Al borde del colapso: niveles de realidad para una sociedad saturada. (Trabajo fin de master inédito). Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla.
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